Just in case you were wondering what I’ve been working on this month..
Several sites I am working on required some kind of authentication using PHP, but since the sites were entirely custom coded – and needed to be to serve their purpose – I was unable and unwilling to use a CMS just to have user registration and logins. My solution was to come up with a [...]
As many of you know, I have been working on a handful of internet services the last few months aimed at individuals and small businesses. Today I am pleased to announce the official launch of one of these services, No Cart. No Cart is a very simple application that allows you to sell an item [...]
Update: I recently acquired dropcart.com, so No Cart is now Drop Cart! The secret is out. My big project that required me to make Open Analytics is called No Cart Drop Cart. Drop Cart is a solution I came up with for bloggers and small businesses who have the desire to create an online store, [...]
I have been doing a lot of tracking recently, whether it be in e-mails, on social networks, web sites, or even on message boards, and I figured I might as well share one of the methods I use to track visitors using as little code as possible. This tutorial will teach you how to track [...]
A few months back I came up with a list of important SEO tips for WordPress, but someone else beat me to the punch. I’ve been sitting on the list since, but decided to share it today because it’s obvious differences. Many of the tips are already well known, and can be found in one [...]
Laura and I moved into our house exactly one year ago today. We celebrated tonight by taking pictures and fixing a nice dinner. Here are pictures of our house right now and how a few rooms looked before we started working on them.
Update: In mid 2009 I made a free service to do this for you. Check out SearchFriendlyURLs.com. About a month ago I had the privilege of getting to switch a client’s existing site of 500+ nasty looking .cfm’s to 510 prettier, search engine friendly URLs. The real trick was doing so while still keeping their [...]
As some of you know, one of my big upcoming services required me to develop my own open source analytics system before I could continue work on it. While there are several good commercial and open source analytics alternatives out there, none of them provided the customization of data I needed, specifically the ability to [...]